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CES: HP aims TouchSmart desktop PC at businesses

Citing appeal in the education and hospitality sectors, HP will also offer a business service and support package

CES: Sony unveils small, flexible OLED screen

Sony has brought to CES a flexible colour OLED screen that could be seen in future, highly portable electronics devicesrnrn

CES: Nvidia targets US$99 netbook with Tegra chips

Nvidia president and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang says the chip vendor is working with PC makers to develop Tegra-based netbooksrnrn

CES: Palm announces webOS and Pre phone

Palm is hoping to get back on track with its new Pre touch phone, which comes equipped with equally new operating system webOS

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Review: RIM’s BlackBerry Bold

Smart phone is the ultimate do-it-all device for professionals and mobile enthusiasts

A new netbook from MSI

Plus, Intel's fourth quarter sales and a new watch phone from LG

CES: Cisco sets its sights on your living room

CEO John Chambers outlines Cisco's consumer strategy, and unveils several new home offerings

Windows 7 is less of a resource-hog than Vista

Beta version of Windows 7 will be available on Friday

Sony rolls out Atom-powered mini-laptop

With Instant-on, users can gain quick access to music, video and pictures on their computer

CES: AMD launches its fastest desktop chips ever

AMD has launched its Phenom II chips, which it calls its fastest processors to date

Dell, EMC and Lenovo announce layoffs

These companies are tightening their belts by restructuring

Fujitsu’s new LifeBook N7010 laptop

The 16-inch widescreen notebook also features a four-inch touch-screen display

CES: Why Steve Ballmer says it’s not all about the desktop anymore

Computing has spread from PCs to phones and TVs, and Windows will be on them all, says the Microsoft CEO

The year ahead in distribution

Customers may be willing to spend a bit of money in order to save a lot of money

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